lecture


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lecture

Graduate education A didactic monologue by an expert scattering pearls of wisdom ad lecturnum before disciples
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So this German attends only the lectures which belong to the chosen branch, and drinks his beer and tows his dog around and has a general good time the rest of the day.
Suppose he doesn't fight, stops his ears to the lecture, and declines to pay?
Then he shall be my guest, here in Tulagi, until he changes his mind and heart, and does pay, and listens to an entire course of lectures.
Colin was as good at weeding as any one in these days and he could lecture while he was doing it.
After the morning's incantations Colin sometimes gave them Magic lectures.
And, now I come to think of it, there would hardly be time for more than one Lecture.
If the young gentleman in the red tie who cried "No, no," and who presumably claimed to have been hatched out of an egg, would wait upon him after the lecture, he would be glad to see such a curiosity.
It is my friend Professor Challenger," and amid laughter he renewed his lecture as if this was a final explanation and no more need be said.
It was not unalloyed bliss, taking her to the lecture.
And then he remembered that he loved her and was lost in amazement at his fortune that permitted him to love her and to take her on his arm to a lecture.
During the lecture the train had been making good progress, and towards half-past twelve it reached the northwest border of the Great Salt Lake.
At one lecture two Japanese gentlemen were induced to talk to one another in their own language, via the telephone.